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The Southern African Journal of Information and Communication (SAJIC) Issue 6, 2005

CONTENTS

The Use of Information and Communication Technologies for Rural Development and Poverty Alleviation in Developing Countries: An Investigation of Gender Specific Agricultural Development - Caroline Pade, Brenda Mallinson and John Lannon

Beware Dongas! An Assessment of the Road Ahead for Under-Serviced Area Licensing for Telecommunications Operators in South Africa - Fabian van Leijden and Ton Monasso

Geeks, Cowboys, and Bureaucrats: Deploying Broadband, the Wireless Way - François Bar and Hernan Galperin

Mobile Cellular Telephone: Fixed-line Substitution in Sub-Saharan Africa - Steve Esselaar and Christoph Stork

Convergence and Emerging Technologies: Issues Faced by the Regulator - Daniel G Muhuro and Ian G Kennedy

Creating Connections: Exploring the Intermediary Use of ICTs by Congolese Refugees at Tertiary Educational Institutions in Cape Town - Herman Wasserman and Patrice Kabeya-Mwepu

Book Review: From Rural Village to Global Village: Telecommunications for Development in the Information Age, by Heather E Hudson, 2006 - Alfonso Gumucio Dagron

The Author Responds... to the Review by Alfonso Gumucio Dagron - Heather E Hudson

Book Review: The End of Poverty: Economic Possibilities for Our Time, by Jeffrey D Sachs, 2005 - Chanuka Wattegama

Book Review: New Media: Technology and Policy in Developing Countries, edited by N C Lesame, 2005 - Lucky Madikiza

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